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invigilate

verb To closely monitor candidates during a written examination.
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Anjanette was one of the few students selected to be the exam invigilator at the special test event.
One of the invigilators was the defendant's mother.
The invigilators will report violations to the regional offices of the Department of Education.
AN INVESTIGATION by official invigilators Deloitte & Touche was launched last Friday after unusual betting patterns developed for a virtual horserace at Sprint Valley, writes Gordon Brown.
Mr Wermann's email states: "It should only take five minutes to complete and all responses will be accounted for by the invigilators.
People say that invigilators are arrogant, rude and deliberately fail candidates.
Other students were penalised for cheating or disruptive behaviour during exams, failing to follow instructions from invigilators, or writing obscenities on exam papers.
The fair is aimed at staff including teaching assistants, lunchtime supervisors, learning mentors, kitchen staff, bursars, caretakers, cleaners, support workers, cover supervisors and exam invigilators.
htm--most apparently settle into mundane careers as privately employed snitches and invigilators.
Invigilators have also had relatives kidnapped on exam days to persuade them to turn a blind eye to cheating.
He reaffirmed, only those senior teachers with very good repute and integrity would be assigned the duties as invigilators.